812 Rekhalis .... 8,000 Elephant guns ... 9,650 Snivel guns (Jajas} ... 12,960 Tom toms ... 94,B20 *Fire lock men ... 9,i540 NizamSahaBhairy. tKe king of Daulatabad, and Alii Yadula Saha Padnsaha Savayi Jagajhampa Snguna Kaimada Jana prepared likewise their ainiies (ior war).f The tlr*ee Padu- sahas having thus made ready the army comprising elephants, horses, chariots, and men, distributed srnoiig thsrn ulie neces- sary articles). Then, they hoisted their respective banners on their tents, and were ready to inarch against the Narapati. Timmaji Bhlmaji, an ambassador (JiaziV) of Rajabhuvara, who was camping at that time in Jahalnapur, having learnt that the armies of the three raduaahas had marched for the war, sent a spy to inform his master (of the events that took place there)4 The spy reached (Vijayauagara), and deliver- ed the message of the ambassador to the Narapati, expressing at the same time some of his own views (on the matter). On the day of Vijayadasanii, the Narapati held in a beautiful garden,! a durbar which was attended by all his ministers, captains, officers of the war department, and the men of the seventy-two kinds of viniyogas. * These are not mentioned in the Madras Government Oriental Manuscript Library copy of the ms. t'This was the strength of Akbar JallaJodeen's force and an equal number was collected by Nizlrn Shah Biery of Daula&foad. The forces of Alii Adil Shah Sav5y«e Jagajhampa Saguna Kanara JIna were equally numerous.'—L O. frf.t p. 171. There appears to be a lacuna here. The author who gives a detailed account of the army of otw of the three allies should have given a similar account in the case of the other two. The inclusion of the name of Alii Adula Sahu P5duŁahu is a mistake, which any author caring for consistency would not have committed. Here the original account, whether it was of RSmajI Tiruxna,! or of some one else, appears to have suffered from the hands of an ignorant editor or restorer. t * Sent an express to their master to Beejanagar by Davalojee-Jasood advising of their preparations.*—L O+ M., p. 171. IJpon this on the Dasaxa Rwn» Kay*loo sat in hi* Mahal in the Manohara- 9 p. #2.